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claims by apple's japanese operations. the ruling also rejected samsung's request for a ban on sales of some apple devices. the tokyo court upheld samsung's claims in a decision over a different technology last summer. court decisions on the mobile data transmission technologies have been split worldwide. last august apple's claims were upheld in the united states but samsung won in a south korean ruling. >>> robotic engineers in japan are putting the final touches on an invention that's expected to take a giant leap forward for robot kind. they're getting ready to send the first talking robot into space. the plan is it will keep astronauts company during their long stays and give researchers ideas for how to help people who struggle with loneliness on earth. nhk world has the story. >> reporter: they can speak, they can play soccer, robots can do much more these days than ever before. this business in tokyo's neighborhood has some of the latest robot technology offered. >> translator: we have a variety of robots, cute ones with soothing functions and those controlled by radio. nowad
there was an article refering to samsung as the fifth horseman, i'm sure you've stheen apple, amazon, google and facebook are the big four but in this author's view samsung should be included in that list as a driver of the future. >> certainly it's nice to have recognition of invasion. i don't know about those groups which our focus is to stay humble and hungry on invasion. to drive new products and leverage investment in design and keep pushing things in terms of bringing new technology to the market. finding areas like the camera market we can bring invasion. finding areas like home appliances we can bring invasion. we'll keep inviting and vesting in new technology and leave others to make the comp sons and you future predictions. >> how closely do you work with google or facebook or microsoft, is there a lot of cooperation with companies that have shared goals? >> we partner with a lot of companies. samsung is the largest tech company by sales in the world which we partner with lots of others. we know what we are good at which is making device. that's where we want to stay focused and we
of the great samsung/apple patent debate? is it concluded? >> guest: so litigation is still going on, so unfortunately, i can't say anything about that. but, you know, as a company we're still committed, as you can see behind me, to bringing lots of innovation to the marketplace. we, we employ 50,000 people in to our r and, the facilities worldwide -- r&d facilities worldwide. we're the second highest recipient of u.s. patents, so we're going to keep innovating, keep investing in design and the litigation is really a separate issue. so we'll leave that for others to comment on, but, you know, my focus here is how to we keep delivering on innovation in our products. >> host: in researching samsung, i was a little bit surprised to learn that samsung is the biggest telephone or wireless company in the world, in a sense. i mean, as far as manufacturing, correct? >> guest: right. you know, and that's been an area where we early on the potential -- we saw early on the potential growth in the phone business, recognizing that eventually it would be one phone per person, and in many developing pa
samsung apple patent debate? has a concluded? >> guest: litigation is still going on so unfortunately i can't say anything about that but there is a company -- is a company we are so committed and as you can see behind me they are bringing lots of innovations to the marketplace. we have 50,000 people in our r&d facilities facilities worldwide facilities worldwide and we are the second-highest recipient of the u.s. patent so we are going to keep in abating and we will keep investing in design and the litigation is really a separate issue. we believe that for others to comment on but my focus here is how do we keep delivering our innovation are our products? >> guest: in researching samsung, i was a little bit surprised to learn that samsung is the biggest telephone or wireless company in the world as far as manufacturing, correct? >> guest: you know that is an area where we saw a early on the potential growth in the phone business, recognizing that eventually it would be one phone per person and in many developing parts of the world the phone would actually be the first platform to deliv
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valley index higher today thanks to a surge in google stocks. apple and samsung duking it out. which company is king seems to change depending on numbers you look at. t/.ç/0, you can score a win for apple. new data shows apple has surpassed samsung as top mobile phone maker in the u.s. for the first time, last quarter nabbing 34% of the smart phone market. samsung still dominating apple in world wide sales. black berry won't available in the u.s. until march but there are a number of unlocked z 10s for sale with one attracting kids of $1700. unlocked phone expected to cost $600 when it goes on sale in the united states. the phone came out in the uk yesterday. more best buy stores are shutting down this, time in canada. best buy shutting down 15 store stores and estimated 900 workers will lose their jobs. best buy hopes to open more small stores in canada part of the strat zwroi slim down its retail operations. the retailer shut 53 u.s. stores in the last year. in san francisco, i'm emily chang, carolyn, dan, back to you. go, niner autos thank you. >> coast guard, national parks and
to keep up from apple andn samsung. >> vincent gray an hour away his state of the district address. he is expected to line his agenda in the coming year. speaking at the synagogue in northwest washington. have liveel 8 will starting tonight at 7:00. more signs of traffic region. in our >> if you think traffic is the you might be onto something. how it compares the rest of the country. >> conditions are calm, but what expect for the rest of the week? the ice.talk about the caps are in action tonight. the party continues in baltimore. the ravens are still flying high. will take to there. look, every daye're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ that's why right here, in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 years. what's it going to do to the planet? natural gas is the cleanest conventional fuel there is. we've got to be smart about this. it's a smart way to go. ♪ >> new numbers show how much spending onans are gasoline. the energy de
. one of the reason for the past samsung sung in the most recent time is that apple hadn't felt had no phones in the market and samsung has not had that. to its own. but this is a dog toy. >> and makes an interesting point. it is a big dogfight between samsung and apple was treated like it fell back to work in a big way. but they could still be the number one seller of these data rate would he make of that? >> i fully agree. by the way, the book is excellent and there is an expert on apple. apart from that, you have to can either that right now animate state good point. what have we seen from apple? they keep giving us product that we didn't know that we needed. it was the ipod, it was the iphone, i thought the ipad, for me was done. now i can't live without it. it tiesn with the whole system may have with itunes. it's almost like you're waiting for them to tell me what product to use. liz: you know, what he is saying essentially is that they're helping you with what you didn't know you were missing. adam can correct me if i'm wrong. he has been quoted as saying that he is watching
. the news out today that apple is topping samsung the number one cellphone seller in the united states. we have gary b. smith back with us. >> well, apple is absolutely not out. they did have a does the waiting financial quarter and that they had no profit growth and that's very does irving to those who expect them to go to the moon every single quarter. one of the reason for the past samsung sung in the most recent time is that apple hadn't felt had no phones in the market and samsung has not had that. to its own. but this is a dog toy. >> and makes an interesting point. it is a big dogfight between samsung and apple was treated like it fell back to work in a big way. but they could still be the number one seller of these data rate would he make of that? >> i fully agree. by the way, the book is excellent and there is an expert on apple. apart from that, you have to can either that right now animate state good point. what have we seen from apple? they keep giving us product that we didn't know that we needed. it was the ipod, it was the iphone, i thought the ipad, for me was done. now i c
overtaking samsung. research firm found apple shipped an estimated 17.7 million phones in the fourth quarter. that is a record 34% of market share. but averaged out for all of 2012 samsung is still number one. >> a chemical commonly found in plastic bottles may soon be added to california's list of harmful chemicals. a division of the states ago agency intends to add bpa to that list. if that does happen, manufacturers would be tried to place warning labels on products that contain hazardous amounts of bpa. >> warm out there today. temperatures as warm as they're going to be all week. take a look at the numbers. 68 in zap a rosa. the big spots, oakland 71. morgan hill 72. that's not very february-like weather. temperatures are going to cool down a bit. we talk about the surf. the story about the swells that are coming in. as we look out here, i can show you that here we are, the surf right now is 4 feet. out here in this swell field which is just a big wind field where there's a storm. the wave heights are running 20 feet. those swells are working to the coast. they will fill in as we get to
phones sold are smartphones with apple and samsung dominating the category. >>> there is some good news for drivers as jd powers and associate, latest dependability study shows cars are becoming more reliable. the study measures the numbers of problems owners experience in the past year in cars purchased during the 2010 model year. lexus, porsche, toyota, lincoln were the top brands. that's the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper. melissa: battle between herbalife and short seller bill ackman is likely to take center stage at the conference this afternoon and charlie gasparino has, exclusive details. >> we do know this. ackman will speak about herbalife. i think it will be his first post-, i guess smackdown remarks when he had the infamous smackdown with carl icon a couple weeks ago. this will be the first remarks about his short position and how long he will be in it that is expected to come this afternoon. interesting enough herbalife has prepared a response. they may know what he is going to say but from what i understand they do have a response, whe
market leaders like apple, samsung, an android are vulnerable. the market is changing fast and so are the company's shares. >> did you see last night's oscars? >> i did not. >> if you missed it, you missed a historic night. the british actor daniel day- lewis became the first person to win three oscars for best actor taking home the prize for his work in the movie "lincoln." >> he was not the only european cleaning up in the awards. first, the big result that everyone was waiting for, best film. the presenter this year was a big surprise. >> live from the dobie theater -- >> one of a number of unexpected events. first lady michelle obama making an unprecedented appearance by video from the white house to announce the winner of best picture. >> and the oscar goes to -- argo! [applause] >> ben affleck of's political thriller took the top prize. he reacted with disbelief. >> when they give us the trophies, i was confident that we would win. >> europeans were also richly rewarded this year. christoph waltz 14 best supporting actor for his role in quentin tarantino's "django unchained.
apple and getting a lot of orders from samsung. at stock in the top percentage gainer for the session. cheryl: you missed marathon petroleum. if you are not going to give yourself a pat on the back i am going to do it. i called that one. you came on to the news show markets now instead this is the stock i like and the numbers come out and the revenue. charles: the stock has blown up. someone upgraded this morning. appreciate it. our young republican on why so many in his generation are being supported by mom and dad and why can't they just get out and get a job. sad news report on the passing of an icon. former new york city mayor ed koch served three terms, died this morning from heart failure, rescued the city, everyone gives some credit for that from near financial ruin in the 1980s and did it with tough fiscal policies. the 50 ninth street bridge connecting queens to manhattan was recently named after him. ed koch was 88 years old. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage
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and falling behind rivals apple and samsung. >> nothing private about the weather forecast. we have clouds out there. >> lot of clouds. they are high mid-level clouds and not dropping any rain. it is not this cold front i am worried about but the next one, on thursday. i will give you an update on the rain. >> you want to get pregnant? we will tell you why you might want to hide the remote. >> feeling hungry? free pudding and pancakes give away is going on right >> daly city, dublin, los gatos, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> if your husband or boyfriend spends too much time in front the tv you may want to hide the remote. those who spend hours watching television two be less fertile. scientists found those who watch more than 20 hour as week had half the sperm count as men who did not watch any tv. part of the reason is because heavy tv viewers are less physically active. volunteer whose worked out 15 hours or more a week had higher sperm count than those who did not. >> news we like, happening now in san francisco, free chocolate pudding for everyone. we may not like the reason.
that lawsuit, that word being "silly," and he went on to talk about samsung and the competition from samsung saying apple's not interested in making the most, but making the best. the shareholders, while they cheer him and the defeat of ei nhorn, they want more money in the pockets from the dividend, and they didn't get guidance on that, as you said. we focused on the shareholders coming out, and one of them, well, here's what she told me about put more money in my pocket. >> more cash, expend expenditured, more dividends. disappointed in the line up of the boar. i'm sure they have a position paper working on di verity including women and minorities, but what excuse in 2013? there's qualified people out there. >> and, liz, you heard this echoed by several different shareholders, protect the $137 billion apple sits on, protect it by returning more to us. right now, the dividend, 2.65 a quarter, so they want more of the money returned to them. no guidance on whether that was going to happen. what's a definite, tim said they get the opportunity to vote on the issue regarding preferred shares, e
mobile devices filed by samsung electronics, ruling instead in favor with its rival apple. samsung says lit take the necessary steps to protect its intellectual property rights. samsung and apple battle to win more market share in the smartphone face. >>> boeing's commercial aircraft chief met with regulators today to fix battery problems on the 787 dreamshriner. we've just learn ama will be put ago new ceo in place in april. ray conner met with the new president earlier today. still, connor says there is no such dispute over the fix. shares in boeing today, yet again, up 1.2% regardless. in fact, they're still up over the past three months, which goes back to before we learned about these battery problems in the first place. >> yeah. deciding they're going to get through it. regulators are stepping up their probe of suspicious trades ahead of the $23 billion takeover of heinz two weeks ago. reports suggest they're focusing on a complex derivative bet. the "new york times" says the sec is looking at a so-called contract for difference which let's investors bet on changes without earning
? >> not samsung, but yes apple is a vulnerable moment. it's been a long run. we do this all the time. mike resoft was really cool a while ago. android's an important mobile platform. it's definitely not samsung. >> but in asia, have you to remember, apple wasn't allowed in china for a long time. where samsung, that's where it started. >> we have the blackberries, cool and technology, those are my two areas. i'm an expert in both of those. >> in fashion. i think by nature, what's interesting, it's almost ironic that this device and technology overall. which is the great individual empowerment we've all subscribed and kind of -- we have one brand that's dominated this, that -- >> android has a bigger piece of the market. >> i'm talking about overall technology. >> it's going to run its course. we always do this, it's going to run its course, and then one day we're going to have apple products as a retro move. >> no one can compete with apple, it's all integrated. >> google -- >> i have a -- does everybody have a problem when you're out to dinner and everybody's going like this? >> no, it's fine. >>
samsung now taken the lead? >> not samsung, but yes apple is a vulnerable moment. it's been a long run. we do this all the time. mike resoft was really cool a while ago. android's an important mobile platform. it's definitely not samsung. >> but in asia, have you to remember, apple wasn't allowed in china for a long time. where samsung, that's where it started. >> we have the blackberries, cool and technology, those are my two areas. i'm an expert in both of those. >> in fashion. i think by nature, what's interesting, it's almost ironic that this device and technology overall. which is the great individual empowerment we've all subscribed and kind of -- we have one brand that's dominated this, that -- >> android has a bigger piece of the market. >> i'm talking about overall technology. >> it's going to run its course. we always do this, it's going to run its course, and then one day we're going to have apple products as a retro move. >> no one can compete with apple, it's all integrated. >> google -- >> i have a -- does everybody have a problem when you're out to dinner and everybo
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the case until after that. the ruling allows samsung to keep its products on store shelves while apple's appeal proceedings on a slower pace. >> the chief executive of research in motion says that he is disappointed that the new black berry will not be released in the united states until mid march. he says that the u.s. and its phone carriers have a rigid testing system. gramm unveiled the the new phone last week. the first device in the new crop of revamped blackberries will be the touchscreen ziti in. it was released in the u.k. last thursday and will be released in canada today. >> we are waiting to hear whether not stocks will bounce back. we will have that coming up next with that report. >> we will have more on your forecasts and your weather when kron4 morning news continues. sleep train has your ticket to tempur-pedic. experience the pressure-relieving comfort of tempur-pedic, and sleep risk-free with sleep train's 100-day money back guarantee. get 36 months interest-free financing: no down, and no interest for 3 years. plus, get free same-day delivery. sleep train's 100-day mo
the following. this is going to be tough for hp. samsung and apple are running the ball well. and people will be skeptical about their real commitment here. still analysts say hp boasts formidable distribution and looks stable. so they say maybe this time hp has a better chance of success in the tablet market. the stock market right now little change in today's session. bill, back to you. >> thanks very much. so hp is picking google over microsoft. when it comes to your portfolio, which should you choose? let's talk numbers. on the technical side it's carter worth with oppenheimer. on the other side steve cortez. discuss, please. >> sure. we don't like either of these. one case it's one being so darn good and the other so darn bad. if you look at these two stocks compared to the sector in which they're part of, of course google is literally tripling the performance while microsoft is virtually unchanged. the individual charts have their problems. one being extended too much. the other being sick. looks at though it's going to fall out the bottom. let someone else buy both of these. >> ok
're talking about two billion units that will be in demand in those markets. apple, samsung, black remember i, they can't make enough phones to satisfy demand. david: we've been hearing and apple's stock has shown this the last six months or a year, there is less of a demand and encroaching on market share apple used to have from iphones from samsung and android devices? do you notice the same thing? are there slackening in demand for old iphones? >> we're not seeing that at all. david: really? >> in terms of demand for used product it has grown substantially over the last year. our business currently growing about 100, to 100% year-over-year. so see manned -- demand is just massive for the product. david: that has to be good news for apple, right? >> well it's good news for apple despite they're not selling directly new to these consumers. if you think about it in those markets, those consumers otherwise can not afford to really buy a new iphone, in brazil, for example, it costs over $1000 to buy a new iphone. most people can't afford to buy new iphones. they're as happy to buy one, 1 1/2-ye
, losing a third of its market value and failing to keep up with rivals apple and samsung. >> real-estate mogul donald trump is suing talk show host bill maher for five- million-dollars. it all spawns from a joke maher made about trump on jay leno's "tonight show" last month. maher said he would fork over 5 million to charity if the billionaire could prove he wasn't part orangutan. trump, in turn, presented maher with his birth certificate as d-n-a proof he is 100 percent human. now, trump wants maher to pay up, citing a breach of contract. maher has since posted a tweet laughing off the claim. and jeremy lin with reporters in houston. and colin kaepernick and jim harbaugh give their final thoughts as the football season comes to a close. all of your sports, coming up. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> we were actively catching speeders. this man, had to finish his phone conversation, before the police could ask for his washington driver's license. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at peoplebehavin
will be next. thank you very much. >>> hbc ramping technology to take on samsung and apple in the smartphone race. the company pinned hopes on the latest invention, the htc1, and hoping it will be set apart from other google android devices on the market. the smartphone uses new software to replace icons with personalized news streams, social media, and videos. i caught up with the company's ceo, peter chow, at its product launch in london for an exclusive interviewer. -- exclusive interview. >> we are so confident in our product and wanted to be targeted, innovative, experience for the people who are wanting to find differentiation. >> how can you compete with the market and manufacturing muscle that apple and samsung have to fight back and win market share from the companies? >> we are confident to rely on our own innovation and provide unique differentiation to the market. and of course, we continue to innovate our marketing approach, try to be smart and nimble. >> how much will it cost? >> well, it costs a lot of money. and we are going to -- we are committed to invest. >> that was peter
. in the beginning a great idea. they needed some smartphone maker to take on apple. it is working. in fact samsung has 39.of% stake, the overall market versus apple which is 25.1%. the problem that this is giving more and more leverage to samsung. google, recently bought motorola. so they will start competing head on. the money they make all cops from advertising. the talk is now that samsung will ask for more of this advertising money. they made a billion dollars from mobile advertising revenue last year. that is lot of money. melissa: speaking of apple, there is big story, disgruntled parents, playing with free videogames and rack up a fortune on the credit card. >> we all have children and we know the ipad is savior for us when we go on any trip, sitting in restaurant, here, take the ipad. yes, exactly. that buys you 30 more minutes to have another drink. it has --, not speaking from experience at all. melissa: no, no. >> these apps have had this purchase and kids are fumbling along and buy stuff. five parents got really peeved off. filed a lawsuit against apple in 2011. they decided to settle,
computer market with an increase in shipments, but a group says apple's share is shrinking and samsung doubled. >> facebook is offering gift cards. olive garden is participating. you may not see it right away it is being rolled out gradually. >> and the release of grand theft auto five has been pushed back to later this year. the publisher wants a little more time in order to "polish" the popular video game. have a >> petaluma and antioch and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> alaska airline passengers are waking up in seattle after a scary trip. they were forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot lost diagnoseness. the delight was forced to land in port land after taking off from los angeles, headed to seattle. the crew's first officer made the landing. the pilot was taken to the hospital to be checked. the plane took off and landed in seattle. >> the los angeles ambassador dip has relieved a retired cardinal in unprecedented move by the catholic church. mahoney was relieved the duties by the man who replaceed him as the church posted tens of thousands of pages of secret
what, and apple smart phone or a samsung smart phone? you are talking about 20 times. >> a bargain? >> right, thanks. it really is a question, how much would you spend on a mobile phone? if the answer is $10,000, this little baby is for you. this luxury mobile phone company is launching its latest attempt. this is really what it is going to cost you. interestingly, they were part of the nokia group until there were sold in november of last year. they use the android operating system inside with a titanium casing, a crystalline screen, and its very own personal service. i put it to the ceo -- this new phone is surely just a showpiece. >> i think that if you look at what it does more than iphone and a galaxy -- the service proposition is some of it. it comes with concierge service, a person talking to you and helping you when you needed. the phone also comes with encryption on the face integrated into the device. that is part of the service proposition. but it is also about the materials, the titanium, the leather stitching, the sapphire glass. >> there you go, that is what $10,000 w
on several samsung phones. in its ruling, the court said a three-judge panel will first consider apple's appeal, and the full appeals court would not decide whether to hear the case until after that. the ruling allows samsung to keep its products on store shelves while apple's appeal proceeds on a slower pace. >> the chief executive of research in motion says he's disappointed the new blackberry won't be released in the united states until mid-march. but he says the u-s and its phone carriers have a rigid testing system. rim unveiled the new phone last week. the first device in the new crop of revamped blackberrys will be the touchscreen z10. it was released in the u-k. last thursday and will be released in canada today.bc-cn--tec--blackberry ceo coming up on the kron four morning news. a new request by boeing this morning while the probe into the 7-87 dreamliner continue. we'll talk about it at 5-33. plus. the investigation into the cause of the super bowl power outage continues this morning. new details at 5-40. more on the newest addition for a price... >> welcome back. the time is
to keep an eye on samsung. but that apple is not interested as you said in making the most but making the best. he talked about the $137 billion that apple sits on and how to appropriately return that to shareholders and how not to return that in the form of the lawsuit that was brought forth by david einhorn and preferred shares and talk about all of that is some one who knows first-hand why this issue hits home. ann simpson is the director of global governance. she is mother of three. and a mother of 1.6 million, that is enrolled in calpers. your organization was behind the drive to get the board of directors at apple, some would say relinquish final say on prefered shares to shareholders. eventually as mr. cook said you will get that vote. why is that important? >> because shareholders own the company. we provide the capital. we're going to be here for the long term. we do not like it when directors reserve the right to issue what are called blank checks. would you do that? if you invested in a company, would you want the company to be able to hand over your money without coming ba
? >> not samsung, but yes apple is a vulnerable moment.
of their game and they lost market share and so forth. and someone else came up like samsung with apple. i don't think we're quite there yet. we've got to give them a little bit more time to see if they can penetrate into china. we've got the new tv coming out. that could be exciting for them in terms of holding a new product launch. i think it's a little bit early, melissa, to throw the towel in and say, hey, apple's done, let's move on and go somewhere else. >> we usually learn the best lessons by mistakes in here. i don't hear you saying, i made a mistake, we should have cut our positions at all. yet surely you've had a huge amount of value destruction for your investors. >> you're right, simon. but you have to bear in mind, a lot of people are way up on it still. >> but you've been passive to the point of not actually managing the funds arguably. i mean, somebody could say to you, you're not managing this terribly well. look at the money we've lost on apple since 700. that would be a fair comment, wouldn't it? >> simon, do you lose money when you have a gain? or do you lose money when you
story i want to talk about, you got this one here? challenging apple's cool as a phone revival samsung takes a different tack. samsung is now apparently cooler, i'm told, than apple. >> certainly spending a lot more money. >> this dick tracy idea. are we sure apple's trying to make a watch? >> we're not short. "new york times" had a great report. "wall street journal" followed up. it's supposed to be curved, fits around your wrist, it can do everything from maybe let you into your house, you never have to worry about a passcode anymore, to be your wallet, an extension of your phone. >> does apple plant stories? >> absolutely. absolutely. all day long. >> i thought they were supposed to be so secretive they never planted stories. >> they do plant stories. >> andrew is wondering is why aren't they planting them with him? >> right. other people at the "new york times." >> they plant stories with you? >> i mean, honestly -- >> you can't stay? >> you know, i think it's interesting timing, right? their stock price has taken a hit. maybe it's the kind of to quash some of the apple speculation
-- or samsung. but apple's been a terrible stock, but there are a lot of people who switched to apple. >> what do you think meg whitman is thinking right now? is she feeling more pressure? >> or ellie ellison. >> does it put more pressure on them to do something about their businesses? >> for every dell client today, i'm going to say, we'll give away the hardware. now, justice department says you've got to be careful. but i think that they go after every single -- >> it's an opportunity. >> yes. dell's been trying to crack into all sorts of one stop shop. the oracle deal yesterday. i think they'll be on the phone today saying, listen, dell, distracted, let us come in. here's your hardware. >> to that point, let's not forget there's going to be a regulatory review here. it's going to be months. four months, five months, i think they need anti-trust approval. china, which is not that easy to get lately, this is going to take a while before it closes. >> so is the time value of money right here? >> i don't know. figure that off the $13.65. to your point as well, they'll continue to run their busi
apple forced to compete with samsung, a large scale manufacturers, used to selling goods on thin margins forcing this response, driving apple's margins down, and apple is no longer driving the market. they had a small phone, everybody else goes big. the technology advancements come from the android ecosystem for the moes part, and the end result is, as a leader, apple traded as a leader, and now the market adjusts to the fact apple is not the leader and recognize that apple led by a visionary, micromanaging visionary with steve jobs. the company is still designed around that function. tim cook is not that guy. until the company adjusts for the executive change and the loss of staff over the last couple months, they are not coming back. dennis: okay. howard, one thing said, when everybody said apple will be fine after steve jobs. i thought how can it be worth as much money with the brilliant steve jobs gone as it was worth when he was there. in terms of stock, though, what can prop it up? there's rumors of a stock split. when a company splits, 10-for-1 like apple might, it opens the marke
to a 34% share of the overall phone market during the last few months of 2012. apple's rival samsung still the number one mobile phone surrender worldwide. a convicted murderer on the loose tonight after a county jail in chicago mistakenly set him free. he was at a hearing on a drug charge. after which officials let him walk right out the door. nobody has any idea why. police officials say they submitted all the proper paperwork. the guy had been serving a 60 year sentence. we're told his earliest possible release date was not for another 16 years. a couple of extraordinary rescues now, including one that involved some prison inmates. the convicts were on a work crew near a creek in clark county, washington when they say they heard several boys screaming. inmates spotted the kids next to overturned can a can a into. two conviction stripped off their coats appeared and jumped right in. >> i let the current take me until my feet took ground. stay put. they came to me and right then the current swept me from underneath my feet and i grabbed on to the kids and got them to a little island in th
additional products that are competitive with samsung. and i think apple is doing a great job with the ones they have. >> you asked earlier in the program of how do you rate the stock price if you're not building more and selling more, that is a question a lot of shareholders have had. also, when do we get more of the dividend, here's what one of them told me. >> the dividend should be increased, but i don't think they should wipe out $130 billion just in dividends for a fair percentage of that should be returned to the people who have helped them get to where they are today. >> and that preferred share issue will be presented to the shareholders as a separate issue for them to vote on at some point. so that is definitely not going away. other than that, in 1968 lovefest, they were very happy with cooke and the board of directors. david: i know about the lovefest, i'm not sure i have one for tim cook. thank you very much, adam shapiro. liz: the health care law mandate provides transparency. do you know what you're going to be hit with? that is just what a company hopes to provide. the stock
. apple's market share is shrinking while samsung shares more than doubled. facebook is offering gift card. retailers participating include target and olive garden and jamba juice. fans of a popular video game service will have to wait longer for the next installment of grand theft auto. it has been pushed back until later this year. they want to polish it. have a great friday. >> from the super bowl, i'm with the washington baltimore ravens. good morning, washington. >> huron county public schools on a two hour delay. washington county public schools in virginia and garrett county two-hour delay because of the weather. >> renowned poet and arthur maya angelou will be featured in the smithsonian discussion series. >> she will take pride in the the discussion and it's free and open to the public. seating is limited. this is at the washington the theater of the smithsonian's american indian museum beginning at 6:30 this evening. >> an exhibit showcasing the accomplishments of olympic gold medalist gabby douglas is opening today. the smithsonian's national museum of american history will fe
, but if you look at apple and samsung, they launch their flagship devices. ebl they believe it will be the device range which will change their fortune. so i think that's why they're going for the launch. >> apple slipped quite a lot in china in the smartphone league. and i know we were waiting for the launch of the latest data. do you think they're going to claw back? >> it's a tricky situation for hsbc asset brand. at the higher end, you have apple. you take the chinese market, there are smaller players and cloners which are bringing out devices catering to the emerging markets, the lower end of the smartphone markets. and price point is key here. those devices, they may not have the same functionalities. but they're offering the same quality or the same device functionality at cheaper rates. so that's why, you know, smaller players have been successful and that's one reason why the market shares go a bit from htp. >> thanks very much for joining us. >> and tune in tomorrow as we'll have an exclusive interview with htc's ceo. >>> now, nat rothschild chances of taking contr
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